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Social Issues Understood: When Children Struggle to Interact with Others

No parent wants to discover their son or daughter doesn’t have friends – to watch their child – who they know is loving, friendly and kind – get teased by other kids or play alone on the perimeter of the playground. It’s heartbreaking. But these observable actions are early indicators…  Read More »

Looking Into Our Past For A Better Future: Learning Disability Intervention Then And Now

Posted on April 22, 2016

By Howard Eaton My severe dyslexia was diagnosed by one of the most prominent psychiatrists in the field of dyslexia in the 70’s and 80’s, Dr. Carl Kline. Dr. Kline diagnosed hundreds of children with dyslexia in his remarkable career. He advocated strongly for teaching sound/symbol relationships or phonics. In…  Read More »

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May 22, 2020

A Response to the Pandemic: Arrowsmith Program Goes Online at Home Students with disabilities face obstacles taking virtual classes The Daily Orange, April 8, 2020 For students with disabilities, e-learning fails to replicate in-person attention and support The Daily Northwestern, April 21, 2020 Online classes pose real ‘learning curve’ for…  Read More »

April 9, 2020

Online/At Home Learning Opportunities Available at Eaton Arrowsmith Over the past few weeks learning at EA Vancouver, Redmond, White Rock and EA Adults has looked a little different! Due to the need for physical distancing, in order to slow the spread of COVID-19 and to keep our community safe, our students…  Read More »